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    "Madrid govt to put down Ebola patient's pet dog , as scientific knowledge indicates there is a risk the dog could transmit the virus to humans. "

    "Ebola airborne. Easily transmitted atleast within 3 feet. "

    "Virus survives on skin."



    Spit , snot , phlegm , saliva , sweat , tears even , all infective (in addition of course to blood , semen , vaginal secretions ,

    precome , vomitus , urine , feces , etc. )


    : Sneeze , cough droplets carry the virus. These droplets can land on you , or on an object that you touch and then

    you touch your eyes / mouth.


    CDC mandated protective gear not sufficient to prevent transmission of virus.

    That gear consists of face masks , goggles / glasses , several layer gloves , gowns etc.

    Spanish nurse apparently was in full compliance with requirements , had been in proximity of infected material on

    two occasions only , yet got infected.

    Now several in quarantine , several dozen under observation.


    What next ?



    Anyone concerned ?
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    And for further contemplation

    The current case in Dallas :

    Bloke flew from overseas , seemingly healthy.

    What if he'd been a 'punter' , visiting a lady to ease his headache and light flu symptoms ?

    This case is in Dallas.

    How'bout next one in Dub , or London , etc. ?





    Some time ago I had put up a thread "Sniffles". It was a thread to educate clients and to dissuade them from visiting us

    when they're feeling under the weather with a cold or flu.

    But tell me this : how many of you still go to work and continue on with your lives when you just have a headache and

    maybe a slight bellyache -- perhaps from a lively night the day before ??

    Food for thought ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    "Madrid govt to put down Ebola patient's pet dog , as scientific knowledge indicates there is a risk the dog could transmit the virus to humans. "

    "Ebola airborne. Easily transmitted atleast within 3 feet. "

    "Virus survives on skin."



    Spit , snot , phlegm , saliva , sweat , tears even , all infective (in addition of course to blood , semen , vaginal secretions ,

    precome , vomitus , urine , feces , etc. )


    : Sneeze , cough droplets carry the virus. These droplets can land on you , or on an object that you touch and then

    you touch your eyes / mouth.


    CDC mandated protective gear not sufficient to prevent transmission of virus.

    That gear consists of face masks , goggles / glasses , several layer gloves , gowns etc.

    Spanish nurse apparently was in full compliance with requirements , had been in proximity of infected material on

    two occasions only , yet got infected.

    Now several in quarantine , several dozen under observation.


    What next ?



    Anyone concerned ?
    It's scary the way the full protective clothing seemingly wasn't protective enough. It would be one one thing if the poor nurse was careless but apparently she wasn't.
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    i was annoyed when i heard a 75yr old preist with ebola was brought out of Liberia
    to his native Spain. he died, could that be how the nurse got it?

    very concerned, Stephanie! >>>>>>>>>>>>

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    It is a poor parasite that kills its host.

    That is Ebola's weakness. It kills to quickly. By the time a person is infectious he/she is too sick and in a Developed Country would be already under medical care and not wandering around, and certainly not visiting escorts.

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    well if theres a break out in ireland im going to my shelter in the woods with my bug out bag and supplies,ive bin in training a few years now with buhcraft,animal trapping etc..people used to laugh when i was doing this and buying supplies but ill be laughing when im ebola free

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post



    Anyone concerned ?
    Id be more concerned about low flying monkeys tbh


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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
    It is a poor parasite that kills its host.

    That is Ebola's weakness. It kills to quickly. By the time a person is infectious he/she is too sick and in a Developed Country would be already under medical care and not wandering around, and certainly not visiting escorts.
    Wrong x

    Please read up.


    Dallas patient wandered around undiagnosed and unrestricted for four days while being infectious , before he became

    too ill to carry on , before being admitted to hospital.

    Please do read up !

    This patient for example had come into contact with children among the hundred or so people in close contact with him

    while he was sick and infectious , but was well enough to carry on day-to-day activities.

    Do read up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    "Madrid govt to put down Ebola patient's pet dog , as scientific knowledge indicates there is a risk the dog could transmit the virus to humans. "

    "Ebola airborne. Easily transmitted atleast within 3 feet. "

    "Virus survives on skin."



    Spit , snot , phlegm , saliva , sweat , tears even , all infective (in addition of course to blood , semen , vaginal secretions ,

    precome , vomitus , urine , feces , etc. )


    : Sneeze , cough droplets carry the virus. These droplets can land on you , or on an object that you touch and then

    you touch your eyes / mouth.


    CDC mandated protective gear not sufficient to prevent transmission of virus.

    That gear consists of face masks , goggles / glasses , several layer gloves , gowns etc.

    Spanish nurse apparently was in full compliance with requirements , had been in proximity of infected material on

    two occasions only , yet got infected.

    Now several in quarantine , several dozen under observation.


    What next ?



    Anyone concerned ?
    I am and think we all are concerned Stephanie


    But,please,do tell me ...What can you/we do about it?

    I believe you know very well are are these/some viruses come from(created even) so there isn't much we can do about it.

    If you have a better idea,please do share it with us
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